On my way to Paris,I was feeling very nostalgic for some reason. I remember my first trip to Paris like it was yesterday. I think it was my first holiday my mum, brother, auntie and cousin went to Disneyland Paris 15 years ago. And I was here doing the same journey again but by myself. … Continue reading OUI EXPLORING PARIS.
Afropunk Paris is definitely at the top of my favourite experiences this year so far. I can't believe that events like this don't happen in London! If you're not familiar with Afropunk, it is an online movement that promotes equality and diversity. They also hold an annual music festival celebrating music of black origin and art. … Continue reading APPRECIATING BLACK ART AND CULTURE @ AFROPUNK FESTIVAL.
If you know me, you'll know I LOVE exploring and trying new things. I am also a student, which means I am dirt broke so I cannot afford to travel around the world like I would want to. So I decided it would be a good idea to explore the city I am from before I … Continue reading PLACES TO VISIT IN LONDON
This week has been beautiful and full of inspiration. I finished lectures last week so I've been using this last week for relaxing. I have come across a few individuals/groups that have inspired me. This post is a reflection of my week, simply reflecting upon few conversations I have had with a few individuals. I'm … Continue reading DIVERSITY IS NORMALITY.
Just got back from the beautiful city of Milan two days ago. It was a last-minute decision, my friend and I wanted a break to relax and just get away from reality* sings Erykah Badu window seat*. I love exploring new things. This was my first trip abroad unsupervised. Milan was truly beautiful and as … Continue reading BREAK IN MILAN
So...It was my birthday the other day. Finally reached adulthood, I'm not huge on celebrating my birthday so it was a last minute decision to celebrate this birthday. I love food and riverside views so decided to eat at Putney Bride Thai Square which serves the best green Thai curry and has an amazing view … Continue reading 22 ROSES ON THE 22ND
One thing I have always wanted to do was find about my culture and its history. This trip to Ghana, was different to the last time I came in 2012 I was definitely exploring more. My mum decided to take my siblings and I to her hometown: Cape coast which is also the home of … Continue reading SO CALLED ‘CASTLES’
Yesterday, my family and I visited Kakum National Park in Ghana. Before going I researched the park on Google as you do to see what it was all about. I saw this celebrity get me out of here kind of style bridge...It didn't faze me at all and I was up for a challenge being … Continue reading EIGHT BRIDGES
For some time now I have said to myself I need to start attending gigs and just discovering new and upcoming talent. I love music, just in the last year, my love for acoustic performances/music has grown. I’m a huge Lauryn Hill fan so I literally listen to her 24/7 currently starting to listen to Jessie Ware, Mnek, Shakka and literally anyone that … Continue reading SAVANNAH DUMETZ @ DROP OUT